The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on January 26, 1971 · 27
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27 SCHOOL HOCKEY Norwood fans see team No. 1 The Boston Globe Tuesday, January 26, 1971 a. Oft By Kevin Walsh, Globe Staff The mail from Norwood heavily protested the Selection Committee's failure to name the Bay State League leaders as the no. one team in schoolboy hockey a few weeks back. There has been a revaluation in hockey's top 10 teams but the leaders remain the same. No mail please. 1 Arlington (10-0-0) 2 Norwood (10-0-1) 3 Maiden Cath. (12-0-0) 4 Stoneham (8-0-2) 5 Marblehead (11-1-0) "This is the best hockey team we have ever had talent wise," admited Norwood's veteran coach Don Wheeler who has brought many outstanding team into the state tournament. "I just can't say how great the club is at this point. It's really too early to tell. I want to see what this group can do the second time around the Bay State League when everyone will be waiting to knock' us off. "I'll just say it's a good team. I can't say it's my best because I've had some very good teams." The present edition of Norwood hockey has added polish and finesse to the familiar go-go style clubs that always had plenty of size and strength. Phil Nolfi is the leader. He has already scored four hat tricks this season and every time Norwood needed a goal it has come off his stick. Wheeler praises junior center Mike Martin as the "best passer I have ever had. He shows a new move every game." COLLEGE HOCKEY Mich, Tech displaces BU as No. 1 team By Joe Concannon Globe Staff Michigan Tech, the runaway leader in the normally competitive Western Collegiate Hockey Assn., has displaced Boston University as the nation's No. 1 college hockey team, according to the weekly coaches' poll released yesterday in Wisconsin. BU, ranked first every week since the initial poll conducted by station , WKOW-TV in Madison, Wis., slipped to second in the wake of its 5-1 setback Saturday night at Cornell. Cornell, picking up three ' first place votes, is third. Michigan Tech, adding a pair of wins on the road at Minnesota-Duluth over the weekend, earned the other 11 first place vote and had Killington ByBillFripp Globe Staff George Orwell's dreaded 1984 has reached skiing. Computerized psychological testing is being employed at Killington as part of the area's mid-week instructional package. Hospitalized player given MC trophy TOURNEY Continued from Page 25 over when Wilkens, noted for his defensive ability, scored an unassisted goal late in the second period to make the count 3-0. The Lancers didn't allow a shot on net against junior goal- Charlestown Swampscott Jim Carroll tipped in a James Dow slap shot with 1:44 left to give first place Charlestown an exciting 3-2 win over Tech, in Boston League action at the Arena yesterday. In other action, Latin nipped English, 2-1, and South Boston clobbered East Boston, 9-0. Senior Mike Lally exploded for six goals and three assists to pace Swampscott to an impressive 12-1 win over Salem in North Shore action last . night. Steve Woods had a 16-save shutout as Danvers topped Peabody, 4-0. Bill Tefry and Dick Muise each scored twice' as Gloucester rolled to a 9-1 win over St Mary's. Senior defenseman Steve Devoe tallied twice on assists from brother Bob to lead first place Medford to an easy 6-1 win over North Quincy in GBL action. Art Boyle made 21 saves as Quincy blanked Maiden, 3-0, and Bob Mulcahy had 6 Needham (9-2-9) 7 Brookline (9-1-0) 8 Woburn (8-2-0) 9 Cath. Memrl. (8-1-0) 10 Canton (10-0-0) 125 points. BU had 112, Cornell 97. Six Eastern (ECAC) coaches voting are Jack Kelley of BU, John Kelley of Boston College, Cooney Weiland of Harvard, Jim Salf i of Penn, Ron Ryan of Colgate and Bill Quacken-bush of Princeton. Six WCHA coaches and three independent coaches also vote. "I don't think much has changed up at Cornell," said Kelley as he reviewed the Saturday game at the college luncheon yesterday at the Old Vienna Hobrau. "Cornell has just about owned all of us for the past four or five years and I can't see his team folding. "They beat us and beat us good, fair and square. We are trying to analyze it, pick up the pieces. I can't skiers take computerized Before he ever hits the slopes, the learner takes a series of physical coordination and written mental tests. The tests determine, among other things, the anxiety level of students before they face the real thing outside. The tests are equated tender Paul Harvey in the final period. For Columbus goalten-der Jack Garrity things were a little busier as he continually kicked out St. Peters' scoring bids with an effort that earned him a selection to the tournament's MVP squad. edges Tech; routs Salem three goals and an assist in Revere's 4-1 triumph over Everett. Somerville gained its first win of the season, 6-2, over Chelsea. In a non-league clash, Rick Scimone had two goals and an assist and Brian Campbell made 30 saves to pace St. Sebastians to a 3-0 win over Winchester. Angels sign Allietta, Remy The California Angels have signed their No. 1 and No. 8 selections in the secondary phase of the free agent draft, catcher Bob Allietta of Falmouth and infielder Jerry Remy of Somerville. Allietta, who batted .406 his senior year at Lawrence High of Falmouth, has signed an Idaho Falls contract. Remy was assigned to Quad Cities. Norwood depth has allowed Wheeler to skate three lines with the third line scoring as often as the second line in recent weeks. , Norwood's defensive record is outstanding. Goal tender Bill Pieri has made the big stop in every game. "We have the hardest hitting defensemen I have ever seen in high school hockey," said Wheeler. "Captain Bob Thornton, John Lawrie and Ted Curtis give us size and strength back at the blue line. They hit anything that moves." Let's just say Norwood is a close second. With almost every schoolboy coach moaning and groaning about the effects of the flu epidemic on their teams, Henry Hughes is just sitting back and smiling these days. The veteran Melrose coach had his skaters take flu shots last fall and nobody has been sick. "It's something we have been doing for four or five years," he said. Chelmsford's Jim Palmer is now the top goal scorer in the Merrimack Valley League with 12. The junior center has scored late game goals in Chelmsford's last two victories . . . Middlesex School is 6-1 and Tim Mc-Kenna, a transfer from Xavier, has been a welcomed addition . . . The most underrated player in the Suburban League could be Brookline's Tom Osenton . i . Marblehead is starting to roll with several underclassmen now making key contributions to Bob Roland's club . . . The Coles continue to provide Masconomet with goal production. Randy, a co-captain, scored a hat trick in the team's last start while brother Bruce, a junior, scored twice. ever remember their being any more efficient against us. On what I saw the other night, Cornell may be a nose ahead of Harvard and us." A note for the future was sounded by Northeastern freshman coach Don McKenney, whose team has won six, tied one (New Prep) and tied one (Harvard JV's). "From what I've seen," he said, "I feel we have the best freshman team in this area." "We are just coming off an examination period," said John Kelley of BC," "and now we run into Clarkson (tonight at McHugh Forum, 8:15). We lost Don Callo with a slight fracture of the knee, but Ed Kenty is coming back for the first time." mathematically by a NCR computer and students assigned to tailored teaching programs accordingly. Tests are administered by a qualified Ph.D. "Today's confident and happy skiers produce tomorrow's new business," comments Foster Chandler, The Friars' Kevin Maher and Marv Degon traded first period goals. The Worcester team moved in front at the 4:42 mark of the second period when Rogers blasted a 35-foot drive inside the far post to Garrity's right. Defenseman Tom DeRo-sa pulled the Columbus team even with a short-handed goal late in the middle period. The senior from Charlestown carried down the right boards, circled the St. Peters' net, and . tucked the puck inside the near post The goal appeared to give Columbus added incentive as it came back on the ice for the final period. - Morrissey took command at this point, scoring with a rising 30-foot slapshot over St. Peter's goaltender Warren Fairbanks' left shoulder at the 46-second mark for what proved to be the winning goal. He added his second goal near the five-minute mark and Columbus let the time run out. Jim Tibbetts added the fifth Columbus goal with , 62 seconds remaining in the game. MALDEN CATHOLIC 5, MEMORIAL Maiden Catholic 1 2 25 Memorial 0 0 0 O FIRST PERIOD MC: Ceom Hushea (unassisted) 1:12. SECOND PERIOD MC: Mike Powera (Jack Wilkii 2:00 MC: TMlkena (unassisted) 7-04. THIRD PERIOD MC: Powera (Paul CKmi) 8:53: MC: Wtikeni (Power.. O'NeUj 9:55? "It has been a funny season for us," said Clarkson coach Lenny Ceglarski, who arrived early in town. "We beat Yale Saturday, 5-1, but it was a much closer game than that "For the first 10 or 11 games, we played very, very well, then, all of a sudden, we have a bad streak. We give up something like 19 goals in four games. (Goalie Bruce) Bullock was out nine days with the flu, but he's getting back to full strength." "We are in exams," said Weiland. "I have little to say. Cornell? Last year, they had a better record. There is little to choose between. Personally, I don't think Cornell is quite as good. I don't think they are going to run away with it." psych tests Killington's Sigmund Freud. The area has no plans for full-time psychiatric counseling, he adds. World Cup fever may put Sugarloaf into the million dollar category this season. Due to the publicity of the Cup Races being held there , business at Sugar-loaf is up 66 percent over last year, according to general manager Harry Baxter. "I'm certain it will do at least a million dollars in lift tickets alone," said Baxter. Just three years ago, the Maine ski plant did only $300,000 in ticket sales. Al reservations in a 100-mile radius have been snapped up for the races, to be held Feb. 17-21. The nearest housing available is said to be in Portland, a . long drive from Sugarloaf. Vermont's Haystack Mountain has instituted a $4000 program to teach blind skiers. Using short skis and radio control as teaching aides, ski school director Bruce Gav-ett contends that he has made "remarkable"' progress with his students. "Skiing is one that the blind can do successfully" said Gavett. He envisions a way of their racing by spacing slalom poles with acoustic beepers so that they could be guided by a succession of signals. With the budget-conscious ski family in mind, Waterville Valley has gone into managing a winter trailer park. Goose Hollow Trailer Park, on the Waterville Valley Road, offers 110 sites, each with water, electric and sewer hookups. Sites are available for $200 on a seasonable rental basis, with an additional cost of fifty cents for a hockup to the electrical system. This charge is considerably below what it would cost the skier to rent a home at Waterville for the season, according to Steven Travis, manager of Goose Hollowi I If, wuuv- : VNS Hurry Fischer Imperator reg. $250.00 now Fischer President reg. to $215.00 now Fischer Alu . reg. $150.00. now Blue Stars White Stars Red Stars BOOTS Lange Ski Boots . 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